Claudia Haase is a life-span developmental psychologist. Her research program examines age-related changes, sources, and consequences of individual differences in emotion and motivation across the life span. Her work uses multiple methods (i.e., rating dials, behavioral observations, autonomic physiology, genotyping, structural neuroimaging, questionnaires), diverse study designs (e.g., experimental and longitudinal), and single-subjects as well as dyadic approaches. Much of her research has been devoted to showing how insights and paradigms from affective, relationship, and motivation science can be used to understand adaptive development across the life span. More recently, she has started to apply this knowledge to examine psycho- and neuropathology across the life span, including psychopathology in adolescence and young adulthood (i.e., youth at clinical high risk for psychosis) and neurodegenerative disease in late life (i.e., Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementia). Her research has been funded by the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation, the National Institute on Aging, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the Retirement Research Foundation.
July 29th, 2020 | 1 hr 23 mins
east germany, emotion regulation, errors, failure, open science, relationships, twitter
Yoel and Mickey celebrate their 50th episode by welcoming Claudia Haase to the podcast to discuss relationships, life in East Germany before the fall of the Wall, admitting to mistakes, and the upside of failure.